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Onward, men of Middlesex

Dec 10, 2008: Owais Shah and Andrew Strauss, both looking to prove their worth, will be crucial to England's fortunes in the Tests in India

Rob Steen

Amjad Khan

England's Danish import

Dec 9, 2008: His path to the England squad has taken in Denmark, Kent, and a career-threatening knee injury. A look at the rise of a quick bowler with a fascinating story

Andrew McGlashan

A shot in the arm for sporting diplomacy

Dec 8, 2008: By agreeing to resume the series, England have given India a chance to move on from the horrors of Mumbai in the manner that best befits the nation

Andrew Miller

Unite and rule

Dec 8, 2008: What cricket needs in these troubled times is strong leadership that believes in bringing nations together rather than dividing them

Ian Chappell

Ten ways to win in India

Dec 7, 2008: South Africa's coach has had a fair amount of success in Asia. He offers England ten tips for success in their Tests in India

Mickey Arthur

One step from a hero's welcome

Dec 5, 2008: As the crow flies, England's cricketers - who touched down at Dubai Airport this morning - could be said to be two-thirds of the way towards getting on with their Test series in India

Andrew Miller

The security dilemma

Comfort zone to hell-hole

Dec 5, 2008: One established or family-oriented cricketer's unacceptable risk is another eager young player's golden opportunity

Fazeer Mohammed

November madness

Dec 2, 2008: A crazy debut, bonkers hitting, and a wacky collapse

ESPNcricinfo staff

The resumption of England's India tour

Stay or go?

Dec 1, 2008: Should England return to India for the rest of their series in the wake of the Mumbai attacks?

ESPNcricinfo staff

England's ODI woes, and lefties at the slog

Nov 28, 2008: England have had a particularly tough time in ODIs in India over the last decade, and the problem has primarily been the bowling

S Rajesh

A gap too wide

Nov 25, 2008: India and England have been poles apart this series: one is clear-headed and ruthlessly aggressive, the other unsure and stuck in Test mode

Andrew Miller

India v England, 4th ODI, Bangalore

Calm Dhoni commands strong force

Nov 23, 2008: Nothing appears to fluster Mahendra Singh Dhoni, and that serene air is contagious. He doesn't indulge in any histrionics, but his players undoubtedly know who's in charge

ESPNcricinfo staff

India v England, 3rd ODI, Kanpur

Poor light cast on cricket

Nov 20, 2008: The nonsense of the finish provided a postscript to the result. England would almost certainly have lost had the match gone its distance, but India weren't entirely settled at 198 for 5. Those lost nine overs could still have made the difference between a

Andrew Miller

Fighting chance

Nov 19, 2008: So far Yuvraj Singh has been a one-day wonder who has come up short in the long form. Now is his time to prove different

Dileep Premachandran

India v England, 2nd ODI, Indore

Lack of punch leaves England lagging

Nov 17, 2008: England were better today, although that isn't saying much after their 158-run pounding in Rajkot

Andrew McGlashan

Ripe young age

Nov 16, 2008: England's most promising new fast bowler may be just 22 but he's quite a seasoned campaigner already

Nagraj Gollapudi

India v England, 1st ODI, Rajkot

Grace and fire

Nov 14, 2008: When on song, there are few batsmen in the modern era who can match Yuvraj Singh for power and placement and the assault in Rajkot was a reminder of his potential

Jamie Alter

A clash of unlikely equals

Nov 14, 2008: The world watches with interest as Dhoni and Pietersen, two greenhorn captains, both perfect fits for their jobs, face off

Andrew Miller

England in India 2008-09

England face up to the new Empire-builders

Nov 13, 2008: There is only one thing more complex than the laws of cricket, and that is the relationships between the various nations who take part in the sport.

Andrew Miller

England in India 2008-09

We have to be mentally ready - Moores

Nov 13, 2008: Peter Moores, the England coach, has said the team's dismal show in the warm-up match was a clear indicator that it was not yet mentally sharp or ready for the tour of India

ESPNcricinfo staff
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Tour Results
India v England at Mohali - Dec 19-23, 2008
Match drawn
India v England at Chennai - Dec 11-15, 2008
India won by 6 wickets
Ind Pres XI v England XI at Vadodara - Dec 5-7, 2008
Match cancelled without a ball bowled
India v England at Delhi - Dec 2, 2008
Match cancelled without a ball bowled
India v England at Guwahati - Nov 29, 2008
Match cancelled without a ball bowled
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